Kuruma de DS

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Kuruma de DS
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Developer(s) Denso-Ten, Nintendo
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Release date(s) Japan July 9, 2012
Platform(s) Nintendo DS
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Kuruma de DS[Japanese title] (クルマでDS, DS in the Car) is Japan-only software released on the 9th July 2012 developed by Denso-Ten and Nintendo for the Nintendo DS and published by Nintendo in collaboration with Toyota and Honda. Kuruma de DS is meant to be used with car navigation systems using Bluetooth.


Kuruma de DS was designed to be used directly with a GPS called the "ECLIPSE AVN-ZX02i", which was present in Toyota's "Prius", "Alphard", and "Vellfire" series of cars, as well as Honda's "FIT" series of cars.[1]

The software also includes Miis and a proper Mii Maker, different from the one used in Tomodachi Collection and Personal Trainer: Walking.

During a normal session of the game, characters will provide local quizzes, hand-drawn map notes, and tourist information.

The game features the exact same voice synthesis system used in the game Tomodachi Collection.



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